Analysts named the ten most advanced and promising technologies of this year. Each of them individually can change the world.
In the first place was the possibility of 3D-printing metals. Earlier it could be done only with plastic. The second line was occupied by studies of stem cells of mouse embryos, which can influence the study of human longevity processes.
The third was the "smart" city from the company Google Sidewalk Labs. Following him, there are traditional "guests" of such ratings - artificial intelligence and neural networks.
In the top ten were Google's headphones Pixel Buds and gas power stations with zero emissions. Stable interest is caused by technologies that provide anonymity on the Web, predicting the future by genotype and quantum computers.